History of Philosophy Volume 1: Greece and Rome

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A&C Black, Jun 1, 2003 - Philosophy - 544 pages
Copleston, an Oxford Jesuit and specialist in the history of philosophy, created his history as an introduction for Catholic ecclesiastical seminaries. The 11-volume series gives an accessible account of each philosopher's work, and explains their relationship to the work of other philosophers.
 

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Contents

THE PYTHAGOREAN SOCIETY
29
THE DIALECTIC OF ZENO
54
EMPEDOCLES OF AKRAGAS
61
PRESOCRATIC Philosophy
74
PART II
81
SoME INDIVIDUAL SOPHISTs
87
SoCRATES
96
MINor Socratic schools
116
LOGIC OF ARISTOTLE
277
THE METAPHYSICs of ARISTOTLE
287
ARISTOTLEs ETHICs
332
AESTHETICs of ARISTOTLE
359
PLATO AND ARISTOTLE
372
POSTARISTOTELIAN PHILOSOPHY
379
THE EARLY STOA
385
EPICUREANISM
401

DEMOCRITUS OF ABDERA
124
PLATOs WoRKS
133
THEORY OF KNowLEDGE
142
THE PSYCHOLOGY of PLATO
207
MoRAL THEORY
216
THE OLD ACADEMY
263
THE OLDER SCEPTICS THE MIDDLE AND
413
THE MIDDLE STOA
421
NeoPYTHAGoREANISM
438
JewishHELLENISTIC PHILosophy
457
SoME ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS VolumE
507
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About the author (2003)

Frederick Copleston was born in Somerset in 1907. After studying at Oxford, he held a number of academic posts, including Professor of the History of Philosophy and Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy at London University. He died in 1994.

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